Технологическая карта урока "Sources of Light" 3 класс

Unit 2. Light and Dark
Lesson plan #1
Teacher name: Ossadchaya V.V.
Grade: 3 «Б»
Number present: 14
absent: -
Theme of the lesson: Sources of Light
Learning objectives
that this lesson is
contributing to understand some specific information and detail of short,
supported information or talk on a limited range of general and some
curricular topics; make basic statements which provide personal information on
a limited range of general topics; use adjectives, including possessive adjectives, on a limited
range of general and some curricular topics to describe things, use
simple one-syllable and some two-syllable adjectives [comparative
form] to make comparisons
Lesson objectives
Learners will be able to:
Identify different light sources
Say words related to day and night
Make comparisons of day and night using visuals
Assessment criteria
Learners have met the learning objective ( / if
they can:
Describe things which are sources of light and which things reflect
light using adjectives. .
Value links
Teamwork: Students will work well together in pairs showing respect
and being polite with each other.
Cross - curricular links
Introduction to science. Astronomy
ICT skills
Using videos and pictures
Previous learning
Our World
Planned activities
5 min
(Whole class) Warm up
Teacher shows slides with information why do we have
day and night;
Teacher asks some questions about Moon, Sun and Earth/
And elicits learners background knowledge.
1. What do the Earth, Moon and Sun each look like?
2. Why do we have Day and Night?
3. Why doesn’t the moon always look the same?
4. Why can we see the moon during day time?
5. Why can’t we see the sun at night?
6. Does anything live on the Moon and the Sun? Why or
Why not?
Activity I. Presentation. Speaking
Pre listening activity
Revise active vocabulary
20 min
The Sun , The Earth, The Moon , Day time,
Night time, candle, torch, stars, lamp. traffic lights
(W) (I) Teacher shows again the video about Earth,
Sun and Moon and asks the following questions:
1. Does the Sun shine on Earth all the time or only during
the day?
2. How long does daytime last and how long does night
3. Why do you think this is so? Does these amount of
time ever changes?
4. How we know How the Earth and Sun really move?
5. What else do you see in the sky besides the Sun?
6. Are there certain things you can see only during the
day or only at night?
A funny Total Physical Response Activity (TPR) helps
students to remember the words.
Formative Assessment
Project work
(G) In groups students sort the objects on the table into
transparent, translucent and opaque. Make a poster to
show what they have found out.
Students cut out the pictures and stick them in the correct
side of the table; Light sources or reflectors.
Light sources
Candle moon sun mirror safety jacket cat’s eyes
lamp disco ball torch
Teacher’s based assessment Teacher’s observations
while making the posters, by giving support and
recommendation if it is necessary.
Differentiation by task
High achieving students describe source of light using
different adjectives
Low achieving students select at least two adjectives and
a noun to write a sentence about source of light.
Find the sources of light in the picture and circle them.